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Frequently Asked Questions

Ticket FAQs

How can I get tickets to attend?

Tickets for BBC 6 Music Festival have now sold out. We’re sorry if you missed out; the demand for tickets was huge.

There are still plenty of opportunities to be part of the festival this year. You can enjoy the very best of the festival from the comfort of your own home and some tickets will be given away in on-air competitions on BBC 6 Music in the weeks leading up to the event so keep listening for more information.

If you are lucky enough to have tickets to any 6 Music Festival event please find some Frequently Asked Questions below:

Is there an age restriction to attend?

To attend any of the 6 Music Festival events you will need to be aged 18 or over.

For all events you may be required to provide photographic ID in the form of a passport of driving licence.

Please click here to view all 6 Music Festival Terms and Conditions.

What are you doing to avoid the resale of 6 Music Festival Tickets?

Tickets are limited to 4 per event per customer and photo ID will be required to be presented by the lead booker upon arrival at the venue on the night of the show. The name of the lead booker will be printed on each ticket. The name cannot be changed once the booking has been made.

The lead booker will be asked to present ID to gain entry into the venue. Failure to adhere to the terms and conditions may result in the customer's order being void. If you are booking more than one ticket your guests must arrive at the concert at the same time as you. Failure to do so may result in guests being turned away.

Tickets cannot be resold or transferred under any circumstances. If the organiser reasonably believes this to be the case the barcode on the ticket will be voided, prohibiting entry to the concert.

Tickets may not be sold, traded, or offered for sale; and may not be used as a prize or for any other promotional or trade purpose by any organisation except the BBC. Tickets are security printed and individually bar coded. Sale or attempted sale is grounds for seizure or cancellation and those trying to use resold or cancelled tickets will be refused entry into the venue.

We strongly recommend that you do not risk buying tickets that are being resold on secondary ticketing sites or privately. In addition to the above we cannot guarantee whether the tickets are genuine or if they are tickets that have previously been cancelled. Those the resale of tickets are breaking the Terms and Conditions they agreed to during the booking process and we reserve the right to cancel their tickets.

What time will the events take place?

Door opening times will vary at each venue, please see the venue information pages on this site for full details.

What disabled facilities are available at the venue?

BBC 6 Music Festival and its venue partners are committed to ensuring this event is accessible as possible for everyone. It is a city based festival which takes place in 5 venues in Glasgow. Please be aware that each venue has varied levels of disabled facilities and accessibility. Further information about the access facilities at 6 Music Festival venues can be found here.

Do you operate a 2 for 1 PA/Carer Scheme for disabled customers?

BBC 6 Music and its venue partners are pleased to operate a 2 4 1 PA/Carer ticket scheme for disabled access customers. If you require access to disabled access facilities and/or wish to apply for a free PA/Carer ticket in order to have assistance at the festival please purchase a standard event ticket and complete and submit the registration form here.

What is a Collectors Souvenir ticket?

When you select your event tickets you will also be given the option to purchase a Collectors Souvenir Ticket for an additional £4.95. The Souvenir Collectors Tickets is a BBC 6 Music Festival branded laminate card with a lanyard. The card acts as your ticket for the event and will be required to gain entry to the venue, but it is also is a great keepsake for the event.

How can I tune in to the 6 Music Festival if I didn't get a ticket?

If you can't make it to Glasgow, never fear- there are many ways to watch, listen and enjoy the very best of the festival across the weekend.

Watch Live

You'll be able to watch some of the performances on the Red Button on TV and online at bbc.co.uk/6music

Listen Live

On 6 Music on DAB and online http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music/help#howtolisten

Catch Up

After the event you'll be able to see video highlights and full sets from some of the performances on the 6 Music website.

Check out the full line up.